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Places to go in South Africa
Read about the highlights of this incredible country in our short summary guides to the main places to go.
Cape Town’s stunning setting, fascinating history and vibrant culture make it one of the world’s most popular cities.
Kruger & Panorama Route
Few names conjure up the image of an African safari like Kruger which has welcomed visitors since 1927 to experience the excitement of wildlife viewing.
The famously scenic Garden Route winds along the coast for 200kms with stops for nature reserves, adventure activities, beaches and resort towns.
Vast stretches of unspoilt coastline, dramatic mountains, superb wildlife, historic battlefields and fascinating Zulu culture - KwaZulu-Natal has an embarrassment of riches.
The winelands, east of Cape Town, are synonymous with fine wines and gourmet cuisine. The area has a distinct Cape Dutch heritage and character.
Hermanus & the Whale Coast
Hermanus and the entire Whale Coast is famous for superb whale sightings and has nature reserves showcasing beautiful Cape Floral scenery.
Johannesburg & surrounds
Johannesburg and Pretoria are cities at the forefront of modern South Africa yet with a deep connection to the country’s past displayed in the many museums.
Celebrate the vibrant and colourful culture, hike in the mountains, go on safari in search of rhino, and buy handcrafted souvenirs unique to eSwatini.
The malaria-free game reserves of South Africa's Eastern Cape make a great safari add-on to a Garden Route holiday, while the beaches offer water-based fun and relaxation.
Madikwe Game Reserve’s impressively diverse range of wildlife and varied habitats makes it an ideal safari destination with the bonus of being malaria-free.
The Northern Cape is South Africa's largest province. It is characterised by the arid Kalahari Desert and the colourful floral displays of Namaqualand each spring.
Waterberg & Limpopo
Panoramic vistas, rugged mountains, abundant wildlife and fascinating archaeological sites are all part of South Africa's Waterberg region and Limpopo Province.
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